Berlin art: What exhibitions are on now?
What's going on in the art world and which Berlin exhibitions should you check out this week?
Penned it like Beckham: Berlin’s new wave of football literature
Berlin isn’t only flying high in the Bundesliga – its football literature, too, is becoming top rate, […]
Lucia Moholy – The Image of Modernity
Lucia Moholy's photographs represent some of the most iconic Bauhaus images - now she is the subject […]
Potsdam – A journey through Europe
Potsdam´s charming architecture is full of European influences, from Russian fairytale homes to English stately mansions.
What’s going on this weekend in Berlin?
You're in Berlin, yet you don't know what to do? Don't worry. We've asked around and here […]
The CDU and the Greens: Germany’s romcom future?
Konrad Werner on the current plot unfolding on the government stage. Could the best way to understand […]
Sibylle Bergemann: Town and Country and Dogs. Photographs 1966–2010
Sibylle Bergemann was the DDR's most famous photographer. Catch this retrospective at Berlinische Gallery until October 10.
Other minds: Understanding how non-humans think
The multi-venue octopus-inspired exhibition explores the limits of human consciousness through performance and film.
Nils Frahm and Jon Hopkins: Genre-bending sounds this September
Electronica and classical music collide when two genre-bending stars play Berlin this month.
Berlin clubs: What’s on this weekend?
Berlin's clubs are the stuff of legend, so which nights should you check out this weekend?
The best restaurants in Neukölln
Where should you get dinner in Berlin's trendiest district? We know.
NaNum: Seven courses of unforgettable Korean fish
Every Friday, Jinok Kim-Eicken serves a seven-course menu of Korean fish for €80 at NaNum - the […]
Queering the Crip, Cripping the Queer: Sophiensaele’s groundbreaking new festival
Sophiensaele breaks new grounds with a bold festival that puts the spotlight on disabled queer theatre.
Lola Arias: “Everything around you is telling you not to have children”
Argentinian Lola Arias brings a new version of her treatise on parenthood to the Gorki, featuring a […]
Damon Galgut at ILB 2022: “I’m not sure if life is a comedy or a tragedy”
We spoke with Damon Galgut at the ILB 2022 – touching both on his experience of his […]
Jay Bernard: “I’m haunted by history but I also haunt it back”
Croydon-born poet Jay Bernard will be at Poetry Night this evening at the ILB. We spoke about […]
What’s on at Berlin cinemas this week?
We round up the best new releases, film festivals and cosy highlights at Berlin cinemas this week.
Natalia Sinelnikova on the horror and humour of We Might As Well Be Dead
We talk to Berlin-based director Natalia Sinelnikova about her deadpan, dystopian debut feature We Might As Well […]
Berlin’s €29 ticket explained
Germany's €9 ticket was a huge success. Now comes Berlin's slightly disappointing sequel: a BVG ticket will […]
Megan’s Megacan: Aww, look at the CDU trying to be relevant
How did the CDU mark the death of HRH Queen Elizabeth II at their party conference? Konrad […]
Forgotten luxury: Charlottenburg’s iconic parking lot palace
tipBerlin Editor-in-Chief Stefanie Dörre writes on the Kant-Garagen, the Weimar-era car park with an iconic glass façade.
Battle of Berlin: 12 places you can still see damage from World War II
In 1945, Berlin lay in ruins, and you can still see the scars and bullet holes from […]